Fayetteville City Reporter
The City Council wants to hear from a representative of the Housing Authority's project to expand one of its properties amid concerns from the public about the proposal to move residents from another property there.
City officials want to make sure residents stay aware of road closings and parking procedures during Bikes, Blues & BBQ this week.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The Walker-Stone House near the square will serve as a satellite venue for some of the city's existing events and programs until a committee figures out a long-term plan for the historic structure.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Throttle jockeys can get the Bikes, Blues & BBQ experience without ever running tread on Dickson Street.
JJ's Beer Garden and Brewing Co. can have a charity show Sunday but its previous request to expand hours and have additional concerts has been put on hold.
City financial officers have taken an especially frugal approach to next year's general fund budget to have more money for police and firefighter raises.
FAYETTEVILLE -- An increasingly popular uptown restaurant and music venue wants to expand hours and have more shows, drawing the ire of several residents living in suburban homes nearby.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Library officials have a grasp on what the public wants inside the expansion and now just need to figure out what it'll look like.
FAYETTEVILLE -- College Avenue, known for its curb cuts, parking lots and establishments ranging from strip clubs to scooter stores, eventually could have much more of a "downtown" feel.
A suburban area near a golf course that already experiences significant flooding won't see development under a new zoning because of drainage issues and other concerns the City Council had Tuesday.